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Yoshie Furuhashi
Yoshie Furuhashi, Founder, Movement Translation Service
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BrianMier 3h
"Edge of Democracy" cinematographer Ricardo Stuckert set up a few extra cameras during my recent SKYPE interview with Lula. Since I can't share a screenshot with Michael Brooks, who would have been the first person I would have sent this to, I'll post here.
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'I just want you to know I can see thru your mask' 14h
"A new poll finds Germans largely support US troop removal after Trump's announcement — and want all US nuclear weapons to leave Germany as well."
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Helene Meisler 8h
AAPL closed at 444 In Chinese that means death
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Marcus H. Johnson 8h
Seems unconstitutional 🤔
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Dave_Cash 9h
Market cheers a complete breakdown of democratic institutions.
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LiveSquawk 9h
US Tsy Sec. Mnuchin: To Recommend To Pres. Trump That He Move Forward With Executive Orders
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LiveSquawk 9h
US Tsy Sec. Mnuchin: Did Not Make Any Progress Today - Would Return To Talks Any Time To Listen To New Proposals
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LiveSquawk 9h
US House Speaker Pelosi: Democrats, White House ‘Still Far Apart’
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LiveSquawk 9h
US Senate Democratic Leader Schumer Describes Meeting As ‘Disappointing’
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کامران 15h
Replying to @seyyedreza
During the Iran Iraq war we had these available surprised in this day and age we don't
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Alex Shams 15h
Replying to @seyyedreza
School through TV, Iranian style. Math and science lessons. Spring instruction was shifted to TV for public schools across the country
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Alex Shams 15h
This is what they’ve been doing in Iran since spring. It’s not perfect, but it definitely helps level the playing field between students of different socioeconomic backgrounds during the pandemic.
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Arlan 👊🏾 Aug 5
I’m sure many people have said this, but I haven’t seen anything about it. Why isn’t there a set of TV channels available nationwide by September that has school curriculum taught all day with simple scheduling? It would be more accessible than everyone needing a computer + wifi.
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BrianMier 11h
Brazilian union federations have united and are holding socially distanced protests in dozens of cities against Bolsonaro, blaming him for the nation's 100,000 Covid 19 deaths.
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Ollie Vargas 11h
The workers unions of Santa Cruz, Bolivia, are joining the general strike against the US-backed regime. Their leaders will begin a hunger strike. They're taking huge risks for democracy, considering threats they face from armed pro-regime groups (formerly under Camachos control).
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CWA Aug 6
Without support, our public services are in trouble! Tell the Senate: Pass the & fund our states and cities during this pandemic! 📢 CALL NOW: 877-775-9294
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AFSCME Aug 6
.: Top economists, local leaders on both sides of the aisle, voters & the Chamber of Commerce all agree: aid for our states, cities and towns is good for the economy and the health of our communities. Why won’t you act?
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AFSCME Aug 6
.: Public service workers are at the forefront of combatting this pandemic. Whether it’s health care, first responders, unemployment insurance or other essential services, we MUST invest in our states, cities and towns & keep workers on the job.
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AFSCME Aug 6
AFSCME President Lee Saunders and other labor leaders demanded that the Senate to pass the House-approved , which includes nearly $1 trillion in federal aid to states, cities and towns.
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Manu Raju 12h
Replying to @mkraju
Senate GOP leaders do NOT think anything above $2T could pass the Senate, as Dems push for $3.4T and the administration has countered at just north of $1 trillion.
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